If your partner brings home an armful of flowers today February 14th, he might be saying more than you think.  We all know that red roses mean LOVE!  But other flowers like to have their say as well, and here's the lowdown for you!

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Here is a cheat sheet on the flower code this Valentine’s Day:

Dahlia – "elegance and dignity"

Heliotrope/Purple Violet – "devotion"

Red tulip – "declaration of love"

Blue violet – "faithfulness"

Here are some flowers you'll want to avoid:

White carnation – "disdain"

Daffodil – "uncertainty" or "unrequited love"

Lavender – "mistrust"

Mint – "suspicion"

Black poppy – "death," "hatred," and "farewell" (Wiki)